TOWN fans thinking of travelling without tickets for Town's vital promotion game have been given stark advice by police: Don't bother.
Officers fear thousands may make the trek south for tomorrow's crunch game - but Town had only 1,740 tickets which are sold out.
Town fans were today left in no doubt that if they don't have a ticket, they won't get in.
Anyone who somehow manages to get a seat among the Cheltenham fans will be thrown out of the ground - and they won't get a refund.
Police patrols which stop fans travelling from the M5 and surrounding roads to Gloucestershire for the game in cars, minibuses and coaches will demand to see their tickets.
Fans without tickets will be sent straight back to Huddersfield.
A spokesman for Gloucestershire Police said: "Huddersfield fans without tickets should not travel to Cheltenham. We are aware of reports that Town fans have bought tickets for areas of the ground reserved for home fans. If they have, they will be ejected without a refund.
"We will reiterate. If you don't have a ticket, don't travel. Stay in Huddersfield, watch the game on the big screen and give your money to your club."
The advice was echoed by Huddersfield Town football liaison officer Pc Mick Houseman.
He said: "Fans will not be able to buy tickets at the ground and are wasting their time travelling there.
"When the club has gone to the trouble of televising the match at the McAlpine Stadium, it's pointless making the trek south with no chance of seeing the game."